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Vint

5.0

(2 Reviews)

Wine

Invest in expert-curated wine & spirit collections

Snapshot

Open to All Investors

Wine

+93.40%

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10+ Employees

With experience across financial services, software & data engineering.

10%-16%

Target Return

Wine & Spirits have outpaced the S&P 500 over the last 20 years

Hard

Liquidity

Vint holds collections 1-10 years on average

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10+ Employees

With experience across financial services, software & data engineering.

How You Earn

Growth

Invest From

$50

Invest in

Fine Wine & Spirits

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10+ Employees

With experience across financial services, software & data engineering.

Open to All Investors

Top Perks

Fine Wine has returned 8.5% annually over 121 years.

Wine has low volatility—falling less than 1% during the 2008 housing crisis (vs the S&P’s -38%).

Collections are curated by experts, including 1 of 57 Masters of Wine.

Vint doesn’t charge users any ongoing fees.

Can I trust Vint?

Vint is backed by prolific firms like Allied Venture Partners, Plug and Play and Slow Ventures.

1k+

# of Investors

$1.7M

Amount Raised

45

Offerings

# of Investors

1k+

Amount Raised

$1.7M

Offerings

45

1k+

# of Investors

$1.7M

Amount Raised

45

Offerings

Overview

The global wine market is valued at around $340 billion. According to the Liv-ex, Fine Wine has outperformed traditional markets like stocks during the Dotcom Bubble, the Great Recession of 2008, and the COVID-19 recession.


Vint is a Virginia-based company that makes it possible to diversify your investment portfolio with Fine Wine & Spirits—historically stable and non-correlated asset classes. What sets Vint apart is that human experts (not AI) manually source collections with a strong probability of increasing in value.


The best part? Investors can buy into offerings from as little as $50 and pay 0% in management or performance fees.


Vint was founded in June 2019 by fintech and management consulting alums. Since then, the company has registered over $4 million of SEC-qualified offerings and manages over 5,500 bottles on behalf of investors today.

High Growth

49.5% returns over the last 5 years

Low Correlation

0.73 correlation to the S&P 500

Equity

Shares representing ownership of investment-grade wine

Pros & Cons

The Good
  • Low investment minimum and 0% ongoing fees to buy shares in Fine Wine & Spirit collections.

  • The sourcing, transportation, insurance, storage, and sale of wines is all handled by Vint.

  • Vint works with their sourcing partners to ensure the authenticity of each bottle in a collection.

  • Vint returns 100% of sales proceeds to shareholders on a pro-rata basis.

The Not-So-Good
  • Vint shares must be held long term as there’s no secondary market for trading.

  • Vint charges a one-time sourcing fee (10-15%) that’s factored into the initial offering price.

  • Collections tend to sell out quickly, so there are limited offerings available at any given time.

Vint Track Record

5,500

Bottles Managed

Sourced from vetted partners

28.3% Average

Net Annualized Returns

Across 4 exits in 2022

$5M

AUM

From 40+ sold-out collections

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Invested

$7,000

Projected Fees

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Projected return

$2,669.24

Value after fees

$9,669.24

How it Works

Here’s how Vint lets you buy shares in Investment-Grade Wine & Spirits.

Here’s how Vint lets you buy shares in Investment-Grade Wine & Spirits.

1

Vint identifies world-class wines

Their investment committee uses proprietary data and fundamental analysis to identify wines that could earn the best returns in the wine market.

2

Vint buys and stores the wine

Vint purchases wines from their trusted partners to ensure authenticity and safe transportation to one of their climate-controlled professional storage facilities.

3

Vint securitizes the offering

Vint turns a collection into an SEC-qualified offering, allowing investors to buy shares and become a part-owner of a collection of world-class wines.

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You buy shares & hold long-term

You can buy Vint shares from your bank or Alto IRA account. Once a collection is sold, you receive your cut of the proceeds.

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How You
Make Money

Vint targets 10% net annual returns. To achieve this, the company uses proprietary data and fundamental analysis to determine when a wine collection might hit its peak value. The holding period is estimated to be 1-7+ years.

Once Vint sells the painting, shareholders receive 100% of the proceeds on a pro-rata basis.

Primary sale

Vint sells the collection you purchased

How Vint
Makes Money

Unlike most alternative investing platforms, Vint doesn’t charge an annual management fee or take a  commission of future profits.

Vint takes a one-time sourcing fee instead—which is baked into the share price of each collection. This sourcing fee, in turn, covers the cost of storing and insuring your wine collection.

The company also reserves 0.5% and 10% of each collection for itself, which means their interests are aligned with investors to maximize returns.

0%

Fee Per Year

The one-time sourcing fee is priced into the collection.

0.5%-10%

Co-Investors

The company co-invests in wine collections alongside users

How You’re Taxed

Gains from buying and selling wine are subject to collectibles taxes in the United States. Vint provides investors with a 1099-DIV form at the end of each tax year. However, investors are not expected to generate taxable income until one of their collections is sold at a profit.

0-28%

Capital Gains

Vint investors benefit from paying long-term cap gains taxes

Meet the Team

Vint has 12 employees with decades of experience across financial services, investments, software development, data engineering, and wine investing. The company advisory board & investment committee also includes 1 of 57 Masters of Wine. Nick King is the co-founder and CEO of Vint. Prior to starting Vint, he worked as an analyst at various investment firms—including a value investment firm with over $20B in assets under management.

Vint

5.0

(2 Reviews)

Wine

Here's what you'll need to invest in Vint.

US residents
Non-accredited and accredited investors
Over 18 years of age
US residents
Non-accredited and accredited investors
Over 18 years of age

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Aaron s

Great

Excellent platform!

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